Scriptural or Non-Scriptural

by admin ~ May 18th, 2019. Filed under: Brandenburg.

The list of possible non-scriptural issues is much, much bigger than the list of scriptural ones. In other words, we’ve got a lot of liberty. A lot. I could make up a list past the moon of non-scriptural actions. What kind of furniture polish do you use? Do you hang landscape art instead of portrait? What fruit variety do you add to your oatmeal? What is the thread count of your sheets? What type of allergy medication do you use? Where do you take a walk? What variety of pet do you own? What brand of car do you drive? Is your yard grass or turf? Do you like Target or Walmart more? You get what I’m talking about. However, when we either on purpose or incidentally veer into a scriptural issue, it must be what and how God says. We don’t have options there. We’ve got to do it. What has happened today is that scriptural issues have been shoved over into the non-scriptural category to give liberty to do what people want in scriptural issues. This is actually sinning. People are sinning, but they aren’t calling it sinning because they have shifted scriptural issues into non-scriptural ones. Sometimes people are ignorant. Other times they are rebellious. Some are vexed. They know it’s wrong, but they don’t want to change. Know and obey scripture.

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